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Storytelling

Wednesday, 21 September 2022 - 7:00pm

More details to follow

An Evening with Romy Gill

Tuesday, 9 August 2022 - 7:00pm

An evening with Indian food writer and chef, Romy Gill on the Himalayan Trail at David's Bookshop, 12-14 Eastcheap, Letchworth.

Tickets are £7. If you wish to attend, please book in advance online at davids-bookshop.co.uk and confirm attendance to group contact

We have more in common

Wednesday, 20 July 2022 - 7:00pm

The topic for this meeting will be an informal discussion on the different religions in Asia. Attendees to talk for a few minutes each on their faith/traditions/culture and discuss things we have in common.

Bring any pictures, artefacts, religious symbols to share if you wish.

The Director's Talk with Abid Khan 

South Asia and Beyond group will be hosting The Director's Talk with Abid Khan (director of award winning film Granada Nights). He will share an insight to his work as a director and releasing a film during the Covid-19 pandemic. Read more...

Here’s the story by Mary McAleese

Wednesday, 10 August 2022 - 11:00am

The Gallery, Leys Avenue

Here’s the story by Mary McAleese who became President of Ireland.

Meetings include a book-swap and general discussion of Irish literature.

No need to book, just turn up.

By the Grace of God (2018) - postponed until 4th July

At Peter’s house. (postponed until Mon 4th July)
We will discuss By the Grace of God (2018) dir: François Ozon.
It is available for the next few weeks on BBC iPlayer. It is also available to rent on Amazon Prime Video.

By the Grace of God (2018) dir: François Ozon.

At Peter’s house.
We will discuss By the Grace of God (2018) dir: François Ozon.
It is available for the next few weeks on BBC iPlayer. It is also available to rent on Amazon Prime Video.

Mad, Bad, Dangerous To Know by Colm Tóibín

Wednesday, 13 July 2022 - 11:00am

The Gallery, Leys Avenue

Mad, Bad, Dangerous To Know by Colm Tóibín writing about the fathers of Joyce, Yeats and Wilde.

Time after Time by Molly Keane.

The Gallery, Leys Avenue
We will be discussing Time after Time by Molly Keane.

There will also be time to choose future books and also general discussions on aspects of Irish literature and a book swop.

Meeting

7.30pm - 9pm
The Orchard Restaurant and Bar, Letchworth Sports and Tennis Club, Muddy Lane, SG6 3TB.

This is a monthly meet up on the third Wednesday of every month. So far we have discussed migration stories of people from South Asia. The format of the group has changed to a more informal gathering over coffee. Speakers/activities will be planned 2-3 times a year at different venues.

If you are interested in joining, please contact Nayier by email; see the Group Contact details.

 

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